OneOcean Group expands its environmental offering with LogCentral

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OneOcean announces the addition of four new record books to LogCentral, its electronic record book solution, as well as the confirmation of approval from all major flag states.

The four new record books are:
• Seal Register Record Book
• Biofouling Record Book
• Sewage Record Book
• Scrubber Record Book
LogCentral’s Electronic Record Books provide a digital timestamp for onboard events that can easily be accessed, cross-referenced, and analysed by shoreside teams.

Since obtaining Lloyd’s Register certification in June 2021, LogCentral has helped ship managers and owners transition to electronic record keeping for MARPOL Annex I, II, V and VI, including NOx codes.
The new electronic record books will complement the existing LogCentral offering which includes the following record books:
• Oil Record Book I (ORB I)
• Oil Record Book II (ORB II)
• Garbage Record Book I (GRB I)
• Garbage Record Book II (GRB II)
• Ballast Water Record Book
• ECA Change Over Record Book
• MD Engine Status Record Book
• Cargo Record Book
• Ozone-depleting Record Book
• Daily Report Record Book
• Arrival & Departure Record Book
• Voyage Record Book
The latest additions extend OneOcean’s environmental offering, allowing companies to better analyse log entries across their fleets to gain a clear picture of when and where emissions, discharges and other onboard events are occurring in relation to navigational factors.

This new push highlights OneOcean’s goal to lead the market in providing an integrated environmental solution, focusing not only on navigational elements, but linking passage planning, environmental management, and compliance seamlessly together. Using this integrated software approach to help break traditional work silos unlocks operational insights for ship managers and owners when it comes to reviewing, planning, and logging environmental operations.

The OneOcean suite allows users to visually review, plan and track environmental events that take place aboard vessels.